Publisher: Streetlight Graphics Publishing
Publication Date: September 23, 2012
Origins: From Author for Review
Synopsis: In 1960, a tragic death in the family calls young Sarah Browning back from college to her Appalachian homestead. Unable to return to school and finish her degree, she finds herself facing a future that isn’t what she’d planned. Lost and grieving, she wanders onto her reclusive neighbor’s property where she stumbles across the all-too-attractive Owen Campbell, a man hiding secrets she’d only ever thought were legend.
Owen Campbell was raised on the folklore of Eastern Kentucky, tales of men and women with magical abilities from shape-shifting to healing powers. Rejected by those he loves because of his own abilities, he isolates himself from the world. When he meets Sarah, he’s faced with the tough decision of whether to let her in or stay hidden away to keep his heart safe.
Review: FIREFLY HOLLOW is set in the 1950s-1960s and involves the Browning and Campbell families. Sarah Browning is the youngest of the Browning children and when a tragedy strikes her family, she leaves college to come home. She’s now faced with an uncertain future, so she goes to her favorite thinking spot which just happens to be on her neighbor’s property. Sarah had been told from her youngest memory not to trespass on her neighbor’s land, but it’s her favorite place to relax. Owen Campbell is a shape-shifter who has been rejected by parts of his family for the things which make him different. Only his mother’s family has shown him true love and support. Owen doesn’t know if he should let Sarah into his heart or push her away to stay safe. FIREFLY HOLLOW is a sweet paranormal romance which stalwart characters who will touch your heart. Set in a seemingly simpler time and place, FIREFLY HOLLOW will warm your heart. FIREFLY HOLLOW is a slow-building romance which is sexy without being racy or explicit for the sake of being explicit.